Meet Nora White ’24, a community engagement fellow who discusses what she's gained by getting involved in the Carlisle community.
Myriad roles in Dickinson's theatre program paved the way for a career behind the scenes at one of the most prestigious theatres in the world.
The college observes Women's History Month with a variety of educational and inspirational events celebrating the vital role of women in American history.
See how Dickinson Forward is making an impact, from the Campaign for Scholarships to engagement and inclusivity initiatives to campus enhancements.
Alumni Council President Bernadette McFadden Stout ’07 discusses the impact of scholarships on her life and how everyone can support future students.
View the answer key for the puzzle included in the fall 2022 issue.
Meet Saul Iwowo ’26, a first-year Red Devil soccer player who’s definitely one to watch.
Dickinson celebrates and supports alumni-owned enterprises! View a sampling from the information technology and security category.
"We're tuned in, we're doing important work and we're thinking about this on a national scale," says Tony Boston, who joined Dickinson in October as the college's first chief diversity officer.
Travel to Ukraine with emergency nurse practitioner Frederick Barton ‘09 as he works to help serve in a war zone.
President John E. Jones III ’77, P’11, highlights Dickinson’s momentum at events in Naples and Miami.
The first in-person Stellfox residency in three years was also among the most sparkling. Learn about U.S. Poet Laureate Ada Limón's triumphant visit to campus—and the powerful story that inspired it.
Former psychology major Sarah DiMuccio '15 follows her passion for research as the director of research at Catalyst, a global nonprofit that helps build gender equity in the workplace.
Author and scholar Psyche Williams-Forson will discuss food shaming and the marginalization of Black bodies in America in the keynote address for Dickinson College’s Love Your Body Week.